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victims. >> some are metal, some plastic, some wood, some concrete. >> reporter: president obama will be in boston tomorrow to attend a memorial service for the victims. what is not yet clear is whether there is more than one person involved in the plot. authorities continued to request assistance from the public asking for tips to try to track down those responsible for the bombings. reporting live in boston, i'm randall pinkston, back to you. >> thank you. >>> we are expecting a news conference from the fbi on the latest developments coming up later today. here's what we know now. sources say a suspect or person of interest has been identified less than 48 hours after the deadly attack in boston. the man signed in the surveillance video at the second blast location, sources say he was seen placing a backpack on the ground while talking on his cell phone. the man was wearing a black jacket, a gray hooded sweatshirt. he also had a baseball cap on backwards. sources say kitchen pressure cookers were packed with explosives, nails and other lethal shrapnel and used during the explos
are concrete. >> reporter: president obama and the first lady will travel to boston tomorrow to attend a memorial service for the victims. authorities have been very careful to say that they are not telling us if this person is a suspect but he is certainly someone they are hoping they will have a chance to speak to. in addition to the characteristics, the gray hooded sweatshirt and the black jacket, we know about his physical description. 6 to 6'2", medium build. live in boston, vinita nair. back to you. >>> it's not just law enforcement poring over the bomb evidence photographs. a bay area company saw those same photos and recognized one component as one of its own. new pictures released from the bombing site show a sub c3,000 battery made by tennergy based in fremont. the battery appears to be attached to black and red wires through the broken plastic cap. a spokesman for the company says the discovery cast a pall over their employees. >> appalled and shocked. these batteries are largely used for toys. rc cars and trucks. to see it used in sufficient a way just horrifying in such a
president obama delivered a rousing speech to the bombing victims and to the city of boston itself at a service. [ applause ] >> reporter: president obama came to boston with an inspirational message for the victims of the marathon bombings including those who lost limbs in the attack. >> we will all be with you as you learn to stand and walk and, yes, run again. of that i have no doubt, you will run again. [ applause ] >> reporter: the first lady and former massachusetts governor mitt romney were among the dignitaries who joined the president at the historic cathedral of the holy cross. the president said the deadly attack did not intimidate the city of boston. >> it should be pretty clear by now that they picked the wrong city to do it. not here in boston. >> reporter: the president also visited with marathon volunteers and thanked them for helping victims at the bombing site. the fbi says ever since they placed those two photos on their website, they have seen a record number of hits as well as a surge in the emails and phone calls the tips that they are receiving. one other tid
that -- >> a mississippi man under arrest accused of mailing poison tainted letters, one to president obama. >> and all that matters. >> the senate rejects a bill that would have approved background checks for gun owners. >> an emotional moment in boston as the city hosted its first major sporting event since the bombing. ♪ and the home of the brave >> welcome to "cbs this morning." good morning, norah. >> good morning, charlie. a lot of breaking news overnight. the people in the town of west in central texas, waking up to a scene of destruction. a fertilizer plant caught fire, exploded last night. one witness says the force of the blast was like a tornado. >> the town of west, home to 2,800 pe,28 miles north of waco. here is what we know about the explosions. police believe 5 to 15 people have died. 160 people were injured. the explosion flattened homes and businesses in a four-block area around the plant. the cause is unknown at this hour, however, they say there is no indication yet of foul play. and manuel bojorquez is covering the damage. >> reporter: good morning, charlie and norah. investigato
a visit from first lady michelle obama last week. >>> a marin running company will hold a special run tonight in honor of those affected by the boston marathon bombings. runners will leave from ross common park at 6:45 for the 2.5- mile run. they will wear blue and yellow in honor of the marathon's official colors. >>> we'll have continuing coverage of the boston marathon bombings right here on kpix 5 and kpix.com. >>> following the events in boston, san francisco's police chief is floating this idea around: put security cameras on market street. they would be used to monitor big public events and even parades. kpix 5 reporter elissa to it and joins nowiookg more. >> reporter: policeeg hr wants cameras along market street because so many of the city's big events happen right here. for example, new year's eve celebrations, the giants parade after they won the world series, the pride parade are just a few of the events that have brought huge crowds to market street. there are already private cameras along here. but chief suhr wants more. at a roundtable meeting today he planned to sugg
in boston. the images of those suspects were released just hours after president obama attended an interfaith service meant to heal and inspire a city in mourning. the president spoke of the three people who died in the attacks as well as the more than 170 who were injured. >> as you begin this long journey of recovery, your city is with you. your commonwealth is with you. your country is with you. >> reporter: he said if the bombers wants to intimidate and terrorize, they chose the wrong city for their target. >> and this time next year, on the third monday in april, the world will return to this great american city to run harder than ever and to cheer even louder for the 118th boston marathon! >> reporter: boston, he said, will run again. the fbi says after they posted those two images of the suspect on their website, they had a record number of hits. at one point, so many people were logging on, the entire website crash. they are still reminding people to log on fbi.gov. they are encouraging people to speak up. >>> so where do investigators go from hear? face recognition soft
six o and six of them are in critical condition. president obama visited with some of the wounded today after speaking at an interfaith service at boston's cathedral of the holy cross. many considered it one of the eresident's most passionate parthes. it was part sermon, part pep talk, and major garrett was there. major. >> reporter: scott, the president's speech from day one in the oval office was one he feared he would have to give but hoped he never would, a speech about civilians killed and wounded by an act of terrorism in americahis wah. the president wrote the speech himself. he finished it aboard air force one as he flew here. tried to fortify this wounded hey and he remembered three lives cut short. >> if they sought to intimidate us, to terrorize us, to shake us from those values that make us who we are as americans, well, it should be pretty clear by now that they picked the wrong city to do it. ( applause ) not here in boston. not here in boston. crystal was always smiling. alwe who knew her said with her red hair and freckles and her ever-eager willingness to speak he
the twin bombings and the shut down during the manhunt. at the white house president obama said boston's residents and police acted with resolve and bravery. >> because of their determined efforts we've closed an important chapter in this tragedy. >> it is not clear when authorities will be able to interrogate tsarnaev. police say he is in serious condition and not communicating. >> the investigators continue their search for answers. they want to know w these two brothersldhoific terrorist act f they had any help. back to you. >> thanks. local and federal investigators are now still trying to determine whether the two brothers had any help in their bombing plot. more information is coming out about those two brothers. a cousin says each brother was very different. the younger a smart and sweet kid, the older got into trouble. that cousin said he warned 19-year-old dzhokhar tsarnaev that his older brother was a bad influence. >> from russia, the suspect's father insists his sons are innocent. he called his younger son a true angle studying medicine. >> someone framed them. i don't kn
night, president obama promised support for the city of boston and answers. >> we will get to the bottom of this and find out who did this we'll find out why they did this. >> reporter: this morning, boston police commissioner ed davis said at the news conference that this was the most complicated crime scene the boston police department has ever started to process. and, norah, the mayor tom menino said yesterday was a bad day for boston, but the city will overcome. >> not necessarily about those who did something did to those running, but the strength of those helping. >> we saw that immediately, those taking down the barricades to get to those who needed to go to the hospital. >> good morning. jonathan elias, who, why, how? where is the investigation now weapon with respect to who might have done this? >> a home was searched overnight. that home belongs to someone in the hospital suffering from burns. very near the bomb when it went off. stopped by three boston detectives and questioned. found him suspicious and had police stay with him. sources tell m
unit today. 11-year-old aaron hern had a visit from first lady michelle obama yesterday. here's a picture. she gave him a stuffed toy and e 6tther is now resident. recovering from severe shrapnel wounds to his leg. not clear how much longer he will be in the hospital, but he is on the mend. >>> yesterday's "new york post" cover showed two people that the publication said the fbi was looking for in connection with the boston marathon bombings. it turns out those men were innocent. 17-year-old [ non-english language ] of massachusetts learned about the cover online. he and his friend went to talk to the police and were later cleared but the man a track star is worried he will never recover from the implication. >> people lost family, [ indiscernible ] all the blame is going to be on me for -- i can tell you, it wasn't me. >> he said he is worried it will have an impact on his college applications. the post has updated its story online reporting the two men have been cleared by investigators. but they didn't add any commentary on its decision to highlight them on the cover. you c
university grad student. and president obama will come here tomorrow. he'll speak at an interfaith service dedicated to those killed and injured. anne-marie? >> susan mcginnis in boston. thank you, susan. >>> well, earlier i spoke with cnn correspondent john miller. he's also a former assistant fbi director and he says the bombs were simple but deadly. >> what we're learning is that both devices, the one in front of the runner's shop and the lenscrafters, the one in front of the starbucks were pressure cooker devices contained in black nylon bags or more likely backpacks, and the way the pressure cooker works is you put your explosives inside. it's a good device. for high explosives you can use smokeless powder or pyro techs, smokeless powder and you have your timer, your initiator, and when it's supposed to detonate. it detonates inside and then the pressure of the explosion builds up within the pressure cooker until it breaks. so what the pressure cooker does is it contains that explosive energy till it can't anymore, and then it in and of itself becomes shrapnel and lets that explosive
president obama wants, for flyers to feel it, complain to congress, and reverse the budget cuts. >> i believe he's instructing his agencies to do the things that inflict the most pain on the american people so that they're upset. >> the lawsuit filed by the airlines and pilots would delay the furloughs for at least 30 days. a court ruling could come this week. anthony and norah? >> sharyl attkisson. thanks, sharyl. >>> the swollen mississippi river is closed at vicksburg, mississippi, because of a sunken barge. there is widespread flooding farther north. it's especially bad in northern illinois where thousands of people have been forced out of their homes. dean reynolds is in versailles, illinois. >> reporter: good morning, anthony. heavy spring rains have swollen rivers across the midwest. there's major flooding reporting in six states, three deaths also reported and more rain may be on the way. illinois governor pat quinn braced for the challenge ahead. >> this is a natural disaster. we can't control nature and we've suffered grievously. >> reporter: he declare
break in the case came just hours after president obama delivered a rousing speech to the bombing victims and to the city of boston itself at a service. [ applause ] >> reporter: president obama came to boston with an inspirational message for the victims of the marathon bombings including those who lost limbs in the attack. >> we will all be with you as you learn to stand and walk and, yes, run again. of that i have no doubt, you will run again. [ applause ] >> reporter: the first lady and former massachusetts governor mitt romney were among the dignitaries who joined the president at the historic cathedral of the holy cross. thesident said the dy attack did not intimidate the city of boston. >> it should be pretty clear by now that they picked the wrong city to do it. not here in boston. visited witharathon volunteers and thanked them for helping victims at the bombing site. after the fbi posted images of those two suspects on their website, they had a record number of hits. in fact, at one point the website even crashed. we have one other tidbit of information to share with you
hurled into the crowd in the finish line yesterday! president obama is calling this an act of terrorism. the fbi still count know who was behind the blast. let's go to randall pinkston. >> nails, bibis, small pieces of mettlal designed to create -- metal designed to create maximum damage when they exploded. >> reporter: the area around the finish line is what police call the most complex crime scene in history. investigators continue to collect and process evidence including bomb fragments and cell phone videos and photos. mourners have been placing flowers at the scene. investigators denied reports that several unexploded bombs were found in the area. >> we only have two devices that aware of device and both devices were involved in the incident. >> reporter: three people were killed and more than 175 others were injured in the two blasts. among the fatalities, 8-year- old martin richard, the boy ice sister and mother were badly injured. >> they are a wonderful family and this is a horrific tragedy. >> reporter: investigators say the 12 b
. president obama has vowed to find and bring to justice whoever was behind the deadly terrorist attack today at the boston marathon. two bombs went off as dozens of runners were crossing the finish line. one explosion near the
area, flags were flown at half staff today to pay respect to the bombing victims. today president obama ordered all flags at federal buildings to remain at half staff. >> now we're taking pictures and putting them up. >> and that can cripple crucial lines of communication during disaster. tonight we ask, how would your cell phone fare. >> how vandals are threatening the power supply for millions. >> you're going to need that heater coming up. if the winds die down, temperatures will go down to 35, san jose, down to 40. we are talking a warm up. find out when it gets here. >>> coming up at 6:30, how bay area students are cooking up a plan to survive our next big disaster. [ birds chirping ] [ inhales, exhales ] [ announcer ] cigarettes are not just dangerous when they're smoked. [ rat squeaking ] they're dangerous long after. cigarette butts are toxic. they release chemicals that poison our water... and harm wildlife. and millions... are polluting our environment. [ sniffing ] [ seagulls squawking ] has tested positive for the deadly >>> developing news out of washington, a letter interc
this happened. >> reporter: the third person killed was a boston university grad student. president obama arrives here tomorrow morning. these type of pressure cookers bombs are popular with terrorists in pakistan, afghanistan and india and used in the attempted bombing in times square in 2010. susan mcginnis, back to you. >> we know it's going to take a long time to go through all the video and those thousands of photos that people sent in. the fbi says of course someone knows who did this. are they any closer to finding a suspect? >> reporter: as far as suspects, there was a saudi man who was being looked as a -- as -- as recently as yesterday and there was a search warrant that brought things out of his apartment, several bags taken out. he has since been cleared. they say he has been fully cooperative. he was simply there as a spectator to see the at the end of the race. he is not a suspect and never was. he was simply a witness to the crime. >> how about the mood in boston? i know, day one is awfully tough. we have a couple of days now. are things starting to get back to normal a lit
. >> thanks, john. >>> president obama called the attack cowardly and says investigators will uncover whoever is responsible. he will attend an interfaith service for the victims, it is being held in a cathedral less than a mile from monday's bombings. the president is expected to speak. >> condoleezza rice was secretary of state under george w. bush and served as national security advisor. thank you for joining us secretary rice. let me ask you about this. this is the first bomb attack on u.s. soil since 9/11. what is going on inside the white house. you have been there at a time like this trying to figure things out. >> yes. first let me add my voice, the condolence to the victims and their families prayers for the full recovery of those who remain. obviously in the white house, these are the most difficult of days, the president has to be at once the comforter of the country, the person who pulls the country together in difficult circumstances, the white house will be very focused on preventing the next attack. and indeed the kind of clues that john miller w
university grad student. president obama arrives here tomorrow morning. he will speak at a service for the victims of this terror attack. meanwhile, marathon organizers say the boston marathon will go on next year. in boston, susan mcginnis, back to you. >> thank you. >>> and we are getting our first look at what one of the bombs might have looked like before it went off. check the two pictures. viewer photos sent in to whdh tv in boston show a bag next to a mailbox in front of a crowd. after the explosion the bag is gone. >>> a bay area community is reaching out to help a victim of the bombing. kpix 5 reporter anne makovec is in martinez home of a 12-year- old who is still in a hospital over in boston. good morning, anne. >> reporter: good morning. that's right. aaron hern is still in intensive care at boston children's hospital. but he is going to live. his mother posted an facebook last night saying -- on facebook last night saying the 12-year-old communicated with nods that he is okay and comfortable but frustrated without the ability to communicate. he is due for another surge
's children's hospital last week. he got a visit from first lady michelle obama last week. so big day for aaron. >>> a marin running company will hold a special run tonight in honor of those affected by the boston marathon bombings. runners wi ave from ross common park at 6:45 tonight for a 2.5-mile run wearing blue and yellow in honor of the marathon's officials colors. we'll have continuing coverage of the boston marathon bombings right here on kpix 5 and kpix.com. >>> the man accused of sending letters laced with ricin to president obama and a senator is due back in court today. paul kevin curtis denies any involvement but an fbi agent says the letters contain lines that are also on the suspect's facebook page. and indentations on the letter possibly from envelopes that were on top traced back to two of the suspects' former addresses. >>> major airports across the country have few air traffic controllers on duty today. those positions are being furloughed due to federal spending cuts. kpix 5 reporter elissa harrington is live at sfo this morning with what that means for bay area tr
of sending letters laced with ricin to president obama and a senator is due back in court today. paul kevin curtis denies any involvement but an fbi agent says the letters contain lines that are also on the suspect's facebook page. indentations on the letter possibly from envelopes that were on top trace back to two of the suspect's former addresses. >>> doctors this morning are warning temperatures to stay away from the cinnamon challenge. the dangerous stunt has been depicted online in which someone swallows a spoonful of ground cinnamon in 60 seconds. you can't have any water. doctors say doing that can lead to breathing problems and collapse a lung. at least 30 teens needed medical attention because of the stunt last year. you know, great in your cookies. oh, man. can't imagine. >> not swallowing it whole. >>> time now 5:50. it's helped make thousands of movie memories. now a bay area city is fighting to save a cultural landmark. >> legally busted. reese witherspoon makes her first comments since her shocking weekend arrest. details coming up. [ male announcer ] every day, your car take
obama vowed to find those responsible for the bombing. >> any responsible individuals, any responsible groups will feel the full weight of justice. >> reporter: white house officials say they are treating the bombings as an act of terrorism. now, the city of boston is on high alert. very, very high alert around this city as it wakes up. new york city also area of high alert around subways and certain landmarks and cities around the world are looking at security plans including sunday which has the london marathon. london marathon coming up and as for the city of boston, the governor here deval patrick said city of boston will operate today but it will not be business as usual. >> i don't expect that. susan mcginnis in boston. thank you. >>> following the explosions in boston, security was tightened around the country. at the white house the secret service shut down access to pennsylvania avenue. patrol cars blocked entry points but the white house was not on lockdown and the park across the street remains open. in new york city, a police command truck was moved to times square. securit
the family with their medical bills. >>> president obama plans to travel to boston on thursday to attend an interfaith service for the victims. >>> meantime forensic experts are working around the clock to gather evidence. it's pain staking work. they're looking at every last shred of the two devices across the crime scene that spans blocks. this is our first look at what one of the bombs might have looked like before it went off. viewer photos sent to whdh in boston show a bag next to a mailbox in front of the crowd. after the explosion, it's gone. a sharon chen tells us now these bombs, they're not very difficult to build, right. >> no, they aren't, liz. at least one of the bombs was inside an appliance you may have in your kitchen but hidden in a backpack. investigators also found a circuit board they believe was used as a detonator. >> these photos give the first look at the deadly device, a mangled pressure cooker that the fbi says was laced with nails, bbs and ball bearings causing devastating injuries. retired fbi agent frank doyle says it's clear the intent was maximum damage. >>
for the tsarnaev brothers have closed schools and offices and shut down the entire area. president obama expressed his thanks from the white house. >> we owe a tremendous debt of gratitude to all our outstanding law enforcement officials. >> the fbi marked captured and in boston scores of people gathered for a candle light vigil near the finish line of the marathon. in addition to motive, the authorities will also be looking to see if these two brothers were working alone or part of a larger group. we can tell you three additional arrests were made in new bedford, which is about a mile from where we are. reporting live in watertown, back to you. >> all right. thank you. >>> well, the man hunt ended about 27 hours after the fbi released the suspects' photos. here's a closer look at how it all went down. >> the chaos began late last night, police called to a shooting on mit campus. university police officers sean collier was ambushed in his patrol car and killed. at 11:30 boston time, police say the brothers carjacked a man a few blocks away in cambridge. they told the driver they were the marathon
unit today. 11-year-old aaron hern had a visit from first lady michelle obama yesterday. she gave him some stuffed toys and a medal from the president. the 6th grader is recovering from a severe shrapnel wound to the leg. it's not clear how much longer he will be in the hospital. >>> even those who made it out of the boston blast zone unhurt will always carry the scar of what they saw that day especially those who ran toward the danger to help. tracy monroe recalls kneeling whose g blown of i tried to hol hand and just rub her face and i said, hi, baby. look up at me. look in my eyes, come on, it's going to be okay. what's your name? what's your name? she just looked up at me and said, "jane." i'll never forget it. >> so sad there. jane is recovering, but monroe learned the little girl was the sister of 8-year-old martin richard who died in the attack. >> it's been quite a week out there, that's for sure. >> it has. >>> 4:33 let's get back to the bay area and let's check our traffic and weather. it looks like it's going to be one terrific weekend, huh, brian? >> it does. it looks lik
putin here has spoken to president obama on friday, that he expressed his condolences on behalf of the russian people and that the two agreed to stup up cooperation on counterterrorism. >>> sky news's kati stallard in moscow. thank you very much. >>> this morning the boston transit police officer who was wounded in the shoot-out with the bombing suspects is in critical but stable condition. richard donahue loft nearly all his blood and had to have his heart restarted after his heart stopped and he's on a breathing machine. >> he was doing his job. the subsequent event showed us how heroic and dedicated an officer he is. he engaged the terrorist in the most difficult of situations that none of us can begin to imagine. >> donahue was responding to a call for assistance from the m.i.t. police. it was his friend and classmate police officer sean collier who ha mortally wounded. >>> the london marathon was run yesterday without incident. before the race started, runners observed a moment of silence in honor of the boston victims. there were more than 34,000 runners. many wore black r
this season. aaron had a high-profile visit last week from first lady michelle obama and certainly his classmates are rooting him on and glad to see him come meo the bay area very soon >>> passwords are supposed to be a secret. come on. but it's no secret a lot of people share the passwords with friends, especially if you are going to watch hbo or netflix. consumerwatch reporter julie watts on whether people who do that should be worried about it. >>> reporter: steven miller wants hbo. >> i'm a big bill maher fan. >> reporter: he just doesn't want everything that comes with it. >> you have to pay for comcast or dish and you have to buy the basic programs of which contain so many things i don't want to watch it's ridiculous. >> reporter: so he has come up with a workaround to watch his favorite show. he uses hbo go with a borrowed password. >> someone was kind enough to loan me their password and their id. >> reporter: and he is not alone. >> i do share some passwords, yeah. >> if a tight buddy, sure. >> reporter: by one estimate, 10 million people watch netflix for free by gging in as
michelle obama visited him in a boston hospital yesterday. it's not clear when he will return home. >>> san francisco police chief greg suhr holds a town hall meeting had afternoon about a fatal officer-involved shooting in the potrero hill area. the meeting is at 5:00 at downtown high school. >>> traffic and weather in just a moment. ,, the humble back seat. we believe it can be the most valuable real estate on earth. ♪ th wdesigned our newest subaru fr the back seat forward. introducing the all-new, completely restyled subaru forester. love. it's what makes a subaru, a subaru. >>> good morning. we're continuing to watch this developing news out of hayward. mission boulevard both directions remains shut down south of 238 between blossom way and medford avenue. again, an alameda county sheriff's deputy hit and killed a pedestrian. so they continue their investigation there. also, northbound 101 approaching bailey avenue, that accident is still in the clearing stages. in the meantime, it's backed up from morgan hill to south san jose. better news over at the bay bridge, only backed up to t
is in the front and if he might be relevant. >> reporter: president obama vowed to find those responsible for the bombings. >> any responsible individuals, any responsible groups will feel the full weight of justice. >> reporter: white house officials say they are treating the bombings as an act of terrorism. cbs news, boston. >>> one video of the explosion comes from a rather unique angle, from a runner who was just about to finish the race, when the first explosion hit. that image was posted on the youtube page it came from the camera of a woman approaching the finish line. the woman's daughter posted my mom didn't finish the race but we're all safe and that's what matters. it's one of the most iconic images, a 78-year-old runner named bill ephraim out of washington state falls down right after the first explosion. >> shock waves just hit my whole body, and then my legs started jittering around. i knew i was going down, and so i ended up down on the blacktop, and i didn't feel severe pain but i rolled over and seen a little scratch on my leg but nothing too bad. i laid there momentarily
. >> reporter: on the national level, the shame on the senate call from president obama, my question is did the democrats did they throw in the towel too early on gun ban. >> absolutely. there is no way in the world they should have allowed the process of the so called don't continue to talk when you get into the filibuster, it's a don't continue to talk. the democrats should have wanted a continuation of conversation even until this day on this issue. they have only benefited from an expensive dialogue on gun control in this country. >> call these guys out. >> absolutely. call them. >> reporter: would that have worked in the public ranks or would they have had a split. >> the democrats that voted against it from states where 55% of the citizens own guns and they're up for reelection. people who gun activists are passionate about the issue. people who are not gun activists, they'll vote for someone who isn't on their side. >> there are only about 5 state as, north dakota, west virginia, arkansas. >> reporter: my question would be does harry reid and the president need their vote for other i
the person is from the front and if he might be relative. >> president obama vowed to find those responsible for the bombing. >> any responsible individuals, responsible groups will feel the full weight of justice. >> reporter: white house officials say they are treating the bombings as an act of terrorism. and the fbi is is appealing to marathon spectators, anybody that may have planted themselves at the finish line may have taken video, any audio or field pictures, the fbi wants to see those to unveil any evidence and clues to help them figure this out. in boston, susan mcginnis back to you. >> thank you for the live report. we are getting a sense of the scrambling that went on with boston law enforcement after the blast. here's a listen. >> this is an emergency, i need officers. >> you need to stay off the air. you need to stay off the air. make your way over there. off the air and make your way over there. >> besides the two bombs that went off, at least one other device was reported in the area and was safety disarmed. another device turned out not to be a bomb after all. a man was take
't president obama let them? but the president's transportation department head says there was no other choice. >> we cut contracts, we eliminated temporary employees, we looked everywhere possible to avoid the kind of furloughs that are now taking place. >> reporter: he puts the blame on congress for agreeing to automatic, across the board budget cuts. >> now it's up to congress to look at a very dumb way of budgeting and change it. critics point to other areas of the faa they say could be cut instead of air traffic controllers, for example, a three billion airport improvement fund that so far hasn't been touched by the budget cs. char >>> much of the midwest is expecting rain today. that means more trouble for cities and towns along the mississippi river. they face serious flooding when the big river crests later this week. other areas underwater right now. dean reynolds in peoria illinois. the river is reaching a record high crest. >> good morning, charlie and norah. you can see peoria bracing for bad news. sandbags up along the illinois river and to the west
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